Hawthorn by Jamie Cassidy
Series: The Darkling Saga book 1
Genre: YA Horror/Fantasy
Cover Artist: Once Upon a Cover
Release date: May 28th, 2015
Okay, first of all, I love the cover. Why? It’s green. And not just any green–it’s my favorite shade.
But there’s much more to it than that. Come on, let’s check it out. Can’t hurt us…right?
Ummm…where did everybody go? Oh come on, it’s not that scary!
Is it? Well, just one way to find out.
A house on a hill.
A house filled with mirrors.
A house with eyes that watch your every move.
“I hate it on sight. It’s dull and large and clunky, a creepy old house with a creepy house smell.”
Learmonth Village has a history, a past that it holds dear, superstitions that it clings fast to. Learmonth House, however, is governed by its own set of rules, its own past. Gemma and her family are about to discover just what those rules are.
Learmonth has a pact with the darkness…
The darkness is hungry…
So who is the mastermind behind this little monster? No, not the house–the story! Don’t be silly…
Amos Cassidy is the pen name for Richard Amos and Debbie Cassidy. Amos is a 31 year old Diva and Cassidy a 38 year old mother of three; well, four if you include the husband. A common love of all things Joss Whedon, Urban Fantasy, and a tug of war over Jensen Ackles, brought them together, and one cold February afternoon, over nibbles and coffee, their partnership was born.
You can find Cassidy hard at work in her fortress of solitude which has eaten up the majority of her garden, and Amos…well he’s still trying to get the invisibility gizmo he got off a friendly alien in exchange for a pair of earphones to work. Funnily enough he hasn’t been seen around much lately…
Frequent doses of Sugary snacks, coupled with regular injections of caffeine aid in their production of a unique brand of cross genre tales. They are always writing, but are happy to take a break to chat to their wonderful readers, so drop them a line at amoscassidy.com, or just pop over to see what they’re working on and they’ll bust out the biscuit tin.
I like people with biscuit tins…
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All this and a short movie too–very cool!
And it’s time for me to put my keyboard away for another night. Hope you enjoyed this cover reveal–stay tuned for more!